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Old 06-13-2018, 04:01 PM
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Posted in Welcome Thread. I am looking at your website. What is the difference between the GEN1 and GEN2? Do you have recommended installers in the Fort Lauderdale area or is this something I can install in an afternoon with basic wiring knowledge. Thanks very interested.
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Old 06-13-2018, 08:19 PM
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Originally Posted by MiamiNole View Post
Posted in Welcome Thread. I am looking at your website. What is the difference between the GEN1 and GEN2? Do you have recommended installers in the Fort Lauderdale area or is this something I can install in an afternoon with basic wiring knowledge. Thanks very interested.
the gen2 fob runs 10 hours unattended vs. 20 for gen1 for increased battery life. They are both great products
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Old 06-13-2018, 11:50 PM
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Hi MiamiNole!

Thank you for writing on our forum!

The main difference between GEN1 and GEN2 is that GEN2 supports up to 4 connections at the same time, where the first connection acts as the engine stop device and the successive connections function as alarms.

The installation process is easy and consists of wiring a connection to the current stop circuit in your boat and wiring for power, a total of 4 wires, and we have user manuals covering all common engine brands.
See the latest User Manual here: https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/g...l-Multi_17.pdf

For an overview of the retailers offering the MOB+ in your area see the Retailers section in our webpage, www.fellmarine.com, where many of these also offer installation.
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